Originally Posted by Rooster
True but name me one great NBA player from a bad college team with the win collum in a single digit or less than .500.
I think he will be good based on the eye test and metrics but not a franchise changer.
Damian Lillard, who played for Weber St. lead them to 25-7 and 30-7 records in 2011 and 2012 respectively. He lead a small school to a winning record, while Fultz's team this year was 9-22, .290 record. Absolute trash.
I understand the whole transition argument, but my point is if you're supposed to be this great player and your college team is .290? What does that tell you? He doesn't impact the game enough to lead his team to wins...how tf will he do it against bigger, better, and stronger defenders? I just don't see it.